The DBA is pleased to offer two new online videos in Keusal Learning's "Breaking into Banking" series. Breaking into Banking 101: Fundamentals of Commercial Banking; and, Breaking into Banking 201: Analyzing Repayment Sources. Breaking into Banking 101 contains 10 learning modules, over 5 hours in total content. Breaking into Banking 201's nine modules covers topics including how to analyze income statements, balance sheets, collateral, and risk rating. Each module includes a video lesson and a multiple-choice self-check. Many of the lessons include exercises for learners to work through that are related to a sample company outlined in the course’s Reference Guide (pdf). This course is appropriate for credit analysts, lenders, portfolio managers, and others who need skills in financial statement analysis and writing credit documents.
Tuition (All Prices Annually)
Breaking into Banking 101
Up to 50 Users: $2997
Up to 500 Users: $6997
Breaking into Banking 201
Up to 50 Users: $ 1997
Up to 500 Users: $4997
Bundle Both and Save! Single: $997 Up to 50 Users: $3997 Up to 500 Users: $9997
Course Description: Commercial banking can be intimidating because of its complexity and the risk-oriented nature of the work. This course is a clear and thorough introduction to the key concepts, terminology, and processes involved in credit and lending. It doesn’t assume much prior knowledge of the topic, so it’s ideal for those in their first year in the industry. Learners will walk away with a clear understanding of their job and how their specific role fits into the bank’s overall profitability goals.
Target audience: New credit analysts, lenders, and underwriters, as well as bankers who don’t do credit analysis but need a working knowledge of the process. This may include statement spreaders, loan processors and closers, treasury management associates, administrative support for credit or lending officers, branch managers, and interns.
Duration: In-person workshop: Typically 1 day; includes 6 hours of facilitation plus breaks Online videos: Ten 30-minute modules, total of five hours of instruction plus self-checks.
Course Description: This 9-module online course is a “sequel” to the 101 course and is best taken after completion of that course, though it is not a prerequisite. The 201 course dives deeper into topics covered in modules 4, 6, and 8 of the 101 course: analyzing a borrower’s balance sheet, income statement, collateral, and risk ratings.
Target audience: This course is most appropriate for credit analysts, lenders, portfolio managers, and others who need skills in financial statement analysis and writing credit documents.
Duration: In-person workshop: Typically 4 hours of facilitation plus breaks Online videos: Nine 20-minute modules, total of three hours of instruction, plus exercises and self-checks.